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Sustainable income; restoring dignity

Together Anglican Aid and the Diocese of Mara have been able to rebuild the hostel accommodation, and provide new sewing machines to the Jitegemee Tailoring Centre.

The tailoring course includes training in sewing, embroidery skills, and small business management. There are also ample opportunities to share the gospel throughout the program. After successful completion of the course, each student is provided with her own sewing machine to be brought back to their home parish, so they can earn sustainable income through safe and dignified work.

The project is currently looking to replace the broken sewing machines which have been in use for many years, and purchase some more machines to cater for the increased number of students. Other needs include a well built fence at the hostel so the compound remains safe, a computer, printer and photocopy machine for the Mother’s Union office, and a number of Bibles and English books, as Bible study and English lessons are part of the course.

The former Archbishop of Sydney Glenn Davies opened the renovated hostel in May 2019.

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